2006 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Kenneth K. Kuo spends much of his time researching Combustion, Propellant, Solid fuel, Chemical engineering and Ignition system. His research in Combustion is mostly focused on Combustor. His Propellant research integrates issues from Nuclear engineering, Exothermic reaction, Adiabatic flame temperature and Diffusion.
His Solid fuel study combines topics in areas such as Rocket engine, Aluminium, Hydroxyl-terminated polybutadiene, Rocket and Nano sized. His research in Chemical engineering intersects with topics in Ammonium perchlorate and Catalysis. His studies deal with areas such as Laminar flow reactor, Detonation, Laminar flow and Liquid fuel as well as Ignition system.
His primary areas of investigation include Propellant, Combustion, Mechanics, Ignition system and Composite material. His Propellant research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Combustor, Composite number, Cabin pressurization and Nozzle. His work carried out in the field of Combustion brings together such families of science as Rocket, Chemical engineering and Analytical chemistry.
His research integrates issues of Aluminium and Boron in his study of Chemical engineering. His study in Turbulence, Boundary layer, Flow, Chamber pressure and Heat transfer is carried out as part of his studies in Mechanics. His research in Ignition system intersects with topics in Nuclear engineering, Structural engineering, Convection and Mortar.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Combustion, Mechanics, Propellant, Ignition system and Composite material. He has included themes like Nuclear engineering, Rocket propellant, Rocket, Metallurgy and Particle size in his Combustion study. His Particle size study incorporates themes from Solid fuel, Detonation, Autoignition temperature and Wax.
He works mostly in the field of Mechanics, limiting it down to concerns involving Diffusion flame and, occasionally, Laminar flow and Premixed flame. His Propellant study combines topics in areas such as Chemical engineering, Chamber pressure and Nozzle. His Ignition system research includes themes of Pellets and Internal ballistics.
Kenneth K. Kuo mainly investigates Combustion, Mechanics, Rocket, Turbulence and Propellant. His Combustion research incorporates elements of Machining, Composite material, Casting, Chemical process and Hybrid propulsion. As a part of the same scientific family, Kenneth K. Kuo mostly works in the field of Composite material, focusing on Internal ballistics and, on occasion, Ignition system.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Mechanics, Classical mechanics are connected with Numerical analysis, Navier–Stokes equations, Compressibility and Mortar and other disciplines. His Rocket research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mechanical engineering, Computer simulation, Performance prediction and Adiabatic flame temperature. Kenneth K. Kuo has researched Propellant in several fields, including Decomposition, Chamber pressure, Nozzle, Nanomaterial-based catalyst and Nanomaterials.
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Principles of combustion
Kenneth Kuan-yun Kuo.
Ignition and combustion of boron particles
C.L. Yeh;K.K. Kuo.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (1996)
Fundamentals of Solid-Propellant Combustion
Kenneth K. Kuo;Martin Summerfield.
Fundamentals of Hybrid Rocket Combustion and Propulsion
Martin J. Chiaverini;Kenneth K. Kuo.
Comparison of Thermal Behavior of Regular and Ultra-fine Aluminum Powders (Alex) Made from Plasma Explosion Process
M. M. Mench;K. K. Kuo;C. L. Yeh;Y. C. Lu.
Combustion Science and Technology (1998)
Regression Rate Behavior of Hybrid Rocket Solid Fuels
Martin J. Chiaverini;Nadir Serin;David Karl Johnson;Yeu Cherng Lu.
Journal of Propulsion and Power (2000)
Fundamentals of Turbulent and Multiphase Combustion
Kenneth K. Kuo;Ragini Acharya.
Catalytic effects of nano additives on decomposition and combustion of RDX-, HMX-, and AP-based energetic compositions
Qi-Long Yan;Feng-Qi Zhao;Kenneth K. Kuo;Xiao-Hong Zhang.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2016)
Ignition and combustion of boron particles in fluorine-containing environments
Abdullah Ulas;Kenneth K. Kuo;Carl Gotzmer.
Combustion and Flame (2001)
Potential Usage of Energetic Nano-sized Powders for Combustion and Rocket Propulsion
Kenneth K. Kuo;Grant A. Risha;Brian J. Evans;Eric Boyer.
MRS Proceedings (2003)
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